Fox News’ Joe Scarborough and Brian Kilmeade discuss the potential timing of the presidential inauguration.

The inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump is scheduled for Jan. 20, 2021.

The date of the marathon would be on the eve of that inauguration, a presidential campaign event.

The race has been a fixture of presidential inaugurations for more than a century, but it hasn’t been a popular one.

More than a quarter of Americans have said they will not attend, according to a 2016 Gallup poll.

On Wednesday, Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton are expected to officially take the oath of office.

The Democratic nominee has said she will not participate in the inauguration.

There are a lot of other factors that could impact the race: a new presidential administration, the 2020 election cycle and other factors could put an additional strain on the race.

Here’s what you need to know about the 2020 race: What happens to the presidential election?

The 2020 election will be the first in history to be contested by two candidates who were not elected in November.

There will be no Republican candidate to face off against the Democratic nominee.

The election is expected to take place between March and June 2019.

Clinton has not ruled out a 2020 presidential bid, and Vice President Joe Biden is expected at the White House in 2021.

How much money is on the line?

While the race is being contested, there are a variety of costs associated with the race, including salaries for campaign staff, travel, staffing and the cost of the logistics of staging the race for a second time.

The average cost for running the race in 2021 is about $10 million, according in a 2016 study by the nonprofit Center for Responsive Politics.

What is the time difference between when the race will take place and when it is over?

The election will take a total of four days from Monday, Jan. 3, 2021, until Tuesday, Jan., 6, 2021 — two days longer than the usual first-in-the-nation date of Jan. 19, 2021 for presidential inaugurals.

The presidential race will be contested from Monday to Tuesday, with a day off on Tuesday, Dec. 31.

What happens if the presidential race ends in a tie?

The presidential election will end in a “tie,” which means the winner of the election will receive a majority of the popular vote, according the campaign finance watchdog group Common Cause.

The campaign has estimated the popular-vote margin would be about 5 percentage points or about 50,000 votes, according a CNN analysis of the latest filings.

What do the candidates have to say about the presidential campaign?

Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden, the Democratic and Republican nominees for president, will be at the inauguration of Donald Trump.

The two will face off in the race to become the next commander in chief on Tuesday.

Biden has made his intentions clear that he will not seek the presidency.

The vice president’s position on the campaign has been that he is focused on “doing what’s best for our country,” said campaign spokesman Brian Fallon.

Biden and Clinton have not ruled it out of their political careers, though, as he has suggested they may run again in 2020.

What are the rules for running for president?

There are only two candidates for president in 2020, and each candidate will be eligible to run in both parties.

The Republican nominee will have to win the party’s nomination and will be allowed to seek the White Senate seat if he wins that seat in 2020 as well.

If the Democratic candidate wins, he or she will be considered the nominee and can run for the office.

Candidates for the White National Committee have been allowed to run for president since 1968, though there have been two candidates elected in each of the past two presidential elections, both Republicans.

The process of running for the presidency has been fraught with controversy.

The rules are complicated and have come under scrutiny in recent years, with former Vice President Dick Cheney and former President George W. Bush running for office in 1988.

The first presidential debate, held in 1980, was the most-watched ever, drawing over two million viewers.

Clinton and Biden will meet at the Capitol for a debate on Jan. 13.

The debate will also be livestreamed on the website of the Democratic National Committee.

What will be happening during the event?

Biden and Trump will meet for a press conference in the Capitol building, and then the vice president and the president-elect will hold a joint press conference, the White and Democratic National Committees said in a statement.

There is no set time for the vice-president-elect and president-election candidates to meet, but the vice presidential candidates have said the press conference will be open to the public.

Trump and Biden also will hold an informal reception at the National Press Club.

Biden will host a series of public events on Tuesday including an appearance at a town hall event in West Virginia.

Trump is expected meet with state and local officials in New Hampshire and the Dakotas.

Biden is scheduled to speak to students at a rally in Louisville, Kentucky, on Wednesday,